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Space: Shuttle Discovery / Launch #832713

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 04, 2006
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(Studio: Terry Moran) The space shuttle crew shown waving little American flags while boarding the Discovery.

(Kennedy Space Center: Lisa Stark) The picture-perfect launch of Discovery featured; scenes shown of the rocket taking off; details given about possible loose foam & of the spacecraft's mission to the International Space Station. [SPECTATOR - reacts.] [NASA administrator Mike GRIFFIN†, NASA space shuttle program manager Wayne HALE†, NASA astronaut Col. Catherine "Cady" COLEMAN†- assess the launch.] [United Space Alliance Jeff ROWELL†- assesses the foam problem.] The timetable for inspecting the shuttle from space & the space station discussed.

Moran, Terry;
Stark, Lisa

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